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FLow ER SEEDS BY MAIL.-
Plower Seeds from their compactness and light
• weight, can he safely and speedily transported - by
mail to any part of the enantrY, thereby giving those
who live remote from the larger towns and cities,
'Where they can he procured , nearly MI equel chance
with those living
i x , t h e m, for' - procuring at moder
-ate rate. all the choice and rare varieties: For the
Accomplishment of this purpose, we offer the follow
ing collections, comprising the most beautiful and
showy Annuals, Biennials, and Perennials, which
will beisent by mail free of postage; to any part of
the United States. at the following prices:
1 12 ex. fine var. Tyuff. neW Peony-ff'wd
24 selected. ... .;
glob pcon e y-perfection -
6 finest 2
'lO beatttifel ' dwrf. chrysanthe'in....
lO splendid " (-Rant Emperor
116 splendid 'var. Reid's new Quilled
4 fittest var; Double Gocardcait
12 extra fine var. 'Pyramidal Bouquet
14 sunerior var. Quilled .......... - '
S beautiful Var. new Ranunculi's, flow'd
4 very fine var. new Hedgehog 40
In adation-to these I put Up n collection •of M
UM which 1 consider to be the finest ever sent out,
it contains 10 Packages of mixed colors of the fol
lowing kinds.l viz: Truffaut's New Peony, Peony
Perfection. Giant Emperor, Imbrioue Pompons,
German Quilled, Itenuneulus, Hedge Hog, Reid's
Improved, LaSuptirba, and the beautiful new Aster
§plendens. one who delights to grow fine low
should fail to send for one of these packages.—
Price OD. -
LSANIS, 12 finest prize Balsams
STOCKS, 12 snpurb new varieties,
ten week large flowering 1 00
" S beautiful new varieties, Perpetual
- 12soleet prize, var. HollyhOcks, Eng
lish. from Downie, Laird and Laing s
celebrated collection saved from prize
lowers 1 50
I.llPiuest, varieties Marigold
6 Newest ' Marvel of Peru—.
5 Select '` Nemohpila
12 Distinct " Ornamental Grass.
Gourds.- ...... ... '1 00
'i Beautiful ," , , Phlox Drummornlii 75
Finest - . " Petunias -50
41g1.1MAN - . FLOWER SEEDS, „12, Splendid
var. Pinks.' Carnation ' ' 2 50
" 12 Splendid varieties Pink Picnic° 250
S Distinct ' ' Portulnces 45
" 8 Finest " Sweet Pea 40
" 6 Splendid var. Scabies& large flow'd.. 50
" 6 Extra tine " Snapdragon' 50
12 Selected " , Salpiglossis:. , 73
.12:Superb " Wallflower. double.... 75
8 Slip, new " COCkSOOMbs [ , 75
" • it Fihest " Catliopsis. i 33
" 0 Selected " Climbing Plants 50
20 ' ineleding newest— 2 00'
Distinct " Delphinium ' 75
" 18 Finest " " Chinensls 75
-ANTIRRHINUM MAJUS. -
Album, pure white; 2 feet
Brilliant, crimson and White, 2 feeL
Caryophilloides, magnificently strippd, 2 feet_
Defile. rosy_ carmine and white, 2 feet
orange-scarlet and white, 2 feet
Rondos Feux, brilliant scarlet, 2 feet.
btriped -- -
Downie,'Laied and Laing's finest Prize
daribaldi. a most beautiful vermillion car, new 25
Nattoleon 111, maroon, Y; foot .10'
Indica, blue, fine trailer, from Nepaul, - 3/ 2 foot. 10
Warszewiezi,bright crimson,from Chilo l .4 feet 10
Grandiflora, large flowered. bright Scarlet, 2ft - 10
Finest prize, from Douie, Laird and Laing,
Best English prlze,atoublc
'eamel flower—. ..... . .....
" " Rose flowered.
" " Miniature
" " Persian pale yellow, sweet scented 2.3
flood mixed. - 05
ROSE FLOWERED, Splendid mixed 10
Spotted, six beautiful colors mixed. 4 10
Red, from InditS 2 feet • , 15
Comptteta Flegautissima. large, redish yellow,
free flowering. from ionth America, 2 feet... 10
Warseetviezd, brilliant red, foliage striped.
from Central America, 3 feet 1 - 25
_Finest prize. dwarf habit, large combs, very
shoWY.N ft 10
Macrecophala Gigantea, brilliant. Fred, very , -
largelarnishme heads, from Asia, I 1 ft. 10
Dwarf, rose, very beautiful %ft 1 [
Yellow, new and flue, % ft 10
Now Giant. very,larg.e brilliant red. 1 11. ........10
"pi ate Rosea, a new .Preneb. sort,l.Vz ft 10
7Alixed. ' 05
'White • ' I 10
CALCEOLARIA HYBRID A,
Splendid m ixed, saved from a choice collection
embracing all the rich and varied colors of
this favorite greenhouse flower
Grandillora, new large flowered. splendid
Neiv Spotted, saved from a splendid collection
of Prize floivers by an eminent German flora
'lst; embracing all the rich and blliant col
ors and markings peculiar. to this beautiful
and showy trine of plants; ft
Shrubby, mixed varieties, collected from a
splendid collection of finest serf colored and
spotted sorts. Mese are half , hardy peren
nials and adapted for bedding out in tho
open ground duringsu mmer.blooming abun
dantly throughout the ............
Extra Select, from prize flowers only
New Dwar•" 1
Downie, Laird t Lang, of Scotland, Price -
The various undermentioned varieties produce
fruitso the most' singular and grjtesque appear
ance, and are very deStnible as rapid climbers
Flesuesn.R, Snake Cucumber, very handsome..
Melo Chin', red-fruited
Carliopetslum, deep blue, profuse bloomer,
admirably adapted as edgings for' laiTe beds
Elatum, Bee Larkspur - I
Pormosunt, rich blue andwhit e. the Most hand-
. . .
some and ornamental of the - class making
a grand display the first season, if own early 10
' Grandiflorum, dark blue 05
' Ilendcrsooi, blue and white, very fine 10
Tricolor, new and fine 1 05
Elston' Speetabillis - 1 10
Chinensus, best mixed L 05
. .Azoram, red spotted 25
" ' Caraletun, beautiful spotted ..5
Hybrid-norum. from the best named valetics 25
DIANTHUS CHINENSIS, '
India or Chinn Pink, twenty rare varl'etics
mixed V i - '01)
Alba, fl., pi., fine double white I 10
Alba Striate, double white, red striped fine ' 10
ileddowini, Heddewig's new, Jaen Pink, a ,
most valuable acquisition from J apan,plants ~
scarcely one foot high, very busby and coy'
eied with a profusion of flowers,-Which mea
sUre nearly three inches- in dial :ter, with -
colors consisting of rose. crimson nd violet;
some are delicately marbled, others self-col
ored, suitable for thettonservatory,bovrer or.
' DIANTHUS CHINEI4SIS,
treddowigi Hybrids, fl., pl., NoVa, Tie* hvbiid '
double flowered, raised by hybredizing
Dianthus Ileddowigi with the double Garden -
Pink. It throws up strong flower stalks,
' abouti.l4, ftiln height, the flowers are both -
double and 'fiemi-double, of the shine size as
Op Ileddeni.i. the semi-doubts have the
same rich shltdee and colors, the doubles ,
pure colors without shades i 25
Barbatus, Sweet William, mixed 05
" illelvill's auraoular flowered ....... -... 10
_.,-.----'` double mixed 10
'G=lll6lOll9, various colors t 05
NEW .A.4.)9) CHOICE VARIETIES OF 'VEGE
I include irtthislist only such as are illw and val
uable and not readily obtained. 'llio most of them
I have received from the celcbmted English firm of
Carter & Co.; London. and they Cti be confidently
recommended, includinn 'a few American novelties
of great merit.
CASTER'S SEET OSYTO „DEBT, :
Medium size, good shape, short top, rich deep
blood red color, fine flavor, decidedly the
, best,bccd id cu lti va ti on . I grew-thiathe past
Year and found it fully equal to the recent
rirendation. Per pkg i '.5
- V HENDERSON'S PINE APPLE BEET, '
Compact, short top, toots -medium sized and
of, a deep crimson, good flavor. ' Per pitg-:- 10
'LITTLE PI-XIE CABBAGE, ,
Vei'Y early, small. delichte flavor. - . ....... 15
• • Bv.iirrE JAPANESE' MELON.'
Ws is theilinest. flavored thlit-skinned musk t,
i , - melon.-yet introduced. The seed is frotn
Japan. No lover' of this fine fruit should
fail to try ibis variety '
:: : • J. WESLEY JONES,
march 2-21 n Chatham 4 Corners, CoL Co.; N. Y.
TIIII.R H. B NDOL'S
• MANITFACTURE OF ROSEWOOD AND
- GILT- MOULDINGS;. •
" ' POKING GLASS AND PICTVRE FRAMES,
;. : 134 every description.
IC W. COR, OP TOIRD ANITCALLOILL 579., POILA.
Orders to fhotarnest extent
_pro ptly cxectited.
Orders filled,bir S. S. SHRYOCK, Chambersb 4 g, Pa.
Sep 2 8 ; . :1
E XTRA INDUCEMENTS.
Persons sending $1 may sele,et seeds at Cata
logue prices amounting to $1 10
Persons gu i ding $2 may select seeds at Cata
logue prices amounting to ' 325
Persons sendsng, may select- seeds at Cata
logue prices amounting to 3 50
Persons sending $4 may select seeds at Cata- •
logue prices amounting to - 475
Persons sending $5 may 'select seeds at Cata
logue prices amounting to 6 00
Persons sending $lO may select seeds at Cata
logue priees amounting to 13 00'
These will he put up together and send to one ad
dress. or in seperate pa/oges and mailed to the ad
dress of each individual forming a club, as maybe
desired: In all eases the postage ;will be prepaid.
The same deduction will of course be made to any
person ordering. I would again call attention to any
selection of Asters, in collections, (for a deseriotion
Fed page 16,) which I think is the finest ever offered.
I sell the eelleetiOn at $l.OO. yet if selected seper
ately from the Catalogue it amounts to $1.43. Also
any German Stocks. Balsams,Pansies, Carnation,
Picotee Pinks, Cineraria and Caleeolaria, B;c.,
alba which have been received from the most cele
brated growers in England. Scotland and Germany,
and ar e of first quality. If it should be inconven
ient for you to make your own selection, by enclos
ing the amount you are desirous of expending, and
stating for what purpose the seeds are required, you
may rest nsmred that f will make,.the selections in
the most jrulicions and liberal manner.
Persons wanting a larger qnantity cr - wanting to
act us sigent will please address me.
During the past two years, our collections of Flow
er Seeds by mail, have- been sent to almost' every
State in the Union, and s 6 far as we have learned,
have given, universal satisfaction, and it is our earn
est endeavor to make these collections not only
second to none . but to make them' superior to those
sort from any other establishment in the country.
N. B. Po rtieular nttention should he paid to giv
ing The AdtirAgr, 'form, County-rand Rate infpy.—
Cate iorm es , wilt he sent to all applicants upotf a're--
e - eipt of a thred cent stamp. Address.
, J. WESLEY ,lONES__,
mar2=2m Chatham 4 Corners, Col. co. N Y
. ANDREITH'S AGRICULTURAL flit
!LI PLEMEN4' AND SEED WAREHOUSE
21 and t 3 South Sixth. Street, Philadelphia, i?a.
DAVID LANDRET - 11 & SON, Proprietors of Blooms
,contains near four hundred ilerPF, in
Web filth, devoted to the production of GARDEN
SEEDS. are now prepared to surely Country Mer
-ehantg, Druggists and all others who deal in Seeds.,
with large nr small v;urntities, ,by the pound or
Trhel, and also in papers made ready for ' , Aniline..
' The Eqtablistonenttopresented br David Land
reth S . on, inis been founded nearly three fourths
of a century.
, The wide-Rprend`ponultarity. and the demand in
, ereasine• from year to year. for
~., Landreth's Warranted Garden Seeds, is evldence of the high value entertained foftliena
by th e public.Landreth's larden Seeds are not only favorably
received throughout the Union. but are shipped to
many foreign ports. Indee3 it may be stated with
national pride that they bottle into active competi
tion with English Seed and British Soil.
David Landreth & Son invite all who are not al
ready purchasers of their Garden Seed.. to make a
trial of them—assured that they will be found fully
egnal to their high reputation.
Landreth's Rural Register and Almanac contain
ing catalogue of,Garden "Seeds with - instructions.
furnished gratis. Also—Catalogue of Agricultural
Implements. DAVID LANDRETH & SON.
am 12-Iy3 Nos. 21 and 23 South 6th St.. Phila.
FRESH GARDEN 'S'EEDS
GARDENERS, MARKET 'GARDENERS
PURCHASING SREDS I J N
SMALL OR LARGE QUANTITIES,
by sending a list of what they .require.
WILL RECEIVE THE SAME BY RETURN
OF MAIL) (
with the lowest possible prices annexed for •.cash.
• -cARRIACIF. PAIH TO
BOSTON AND NEW YORK.
Seeds pre-paid by mail.
B. M. WATSON,
Old Colony Nurseries.
' Plymouth, Mass.
COOK 7 S SUGAR E 4,AP 0 R A.T OR,
manufactured by BLYUTER. BATES k Day.
Mansfield. Ohio.—We are willing to guarantee that
from two acre , : of good Cane, a sufficient number of
gallons of Syrup can be produced to cover cost of
Machinery, capable of making eighty gallons of;
Syrup per day, which at fifty eents.ver gallon, will
pay for cost of Mill and Evaporator in fourdays: or
where - pan is wanted for a brick archewithout the
Furnace. in less time.
COOKS SYItUPS have been sold at an average
of sixty cents a gallon, and none in market. An
acre Of good Cane will produce froth 2 to :M s gallons
SEED.- - We offer a Superior Arttele, se
lected by ourselves. Sprout, the seed and roll in
plaster. Plant in drills four feet apart, from No`th
to South. Light soil and Southern exposure pr
ferred. although not absolutely necessary. as it will
grow on soils where-many crops would bo a failure.-
Cultivate as for Corn.
Cook's Evaporator hits taken the first premium
over all others at two United States Fairs and over
thirty State Fairs.
- Clark Sorkm Machine Company's CANE MILL
and above SEED for sale by
11 - t ELI), A2ent.
C imb'g, Pa.
The Sorpo hand-Book sent fr• to any per
son asking for it. 1:11 ar 2,3
AG R CILLTULAR IMPLEMENT
WILLIAM L. 80Y,E12
Sixth Street and Germantown Avenue;
Manufoctureri of the
Premium Farm Grist Mill
Jj<msx PowEas Atiti THRESHERS,
Circular Saw Machines;'Corn
Sheller, Grain Fans,
and every variety of approved
Agricultural Implements. .
te,. Send for 'Circular aorl.addess
WM. L. Bo,YrAl. & BRO..
may 15-Iy Philadelphia, Pa.
AMM.-0 - NIATE'D
A real guano, containing from seventy to eighty
percent of PHOSPHATE OF LIME.'to
which has been added, by n cheinical process, rt largo
per tentage of actual Ammonia, so fixed that it can
not evaporate, making it equal, if not superior to
nnv other fertilizer.
PamphletA with copies of Analyses by Dr. :Jack
son. Mass., State Assayer, and Dr. Liebig. of Balti
more, and testimonials from scientific Agriculturists,
shoeing its value. Can be obtained from
J. 0. BAKER, & CO..
SELLING - AGENTS,
march 2-ly. 87 Wall Street, New York,.,
A MAN Or A -TH_OUSAND.—.. I , Con-
Rumptive Oured.—Dß. 11. JAMES, a Retired
Physician of groat eminence discovered, while in
the Indies, a certain cure for Consumption, Asthma,
Bronchitas, Coughs, Colds and General DebilitY.
The remedy was t iscovered by' him when his only
child, a daughter, was given ut4 to die. - His child
was cured, and is now alive an well, Desirous of
benefiting his fellow mortals, he will send to those
who wish it the recipe, containing full directions for
making• and successfully using; this remedy, free,
on receipt of their names, with two stamps to pay
expenses. _There is not a single ease of CODSUMP^
tion that it does not at once :take hold of and
dissipate. Night sweats, peevishness. irritation
of the nerves, failure of memory, difficult expector
ation, sharp pains in the lungs, lore throat, chilly
sensations, nausea at the stomach, inaction of the
bowels, wasting away of the muscles.
N6r The Writer will please state the name of the
Patter they seen this advertisement in. Address
CRADDOCK 4: CO.,
mar22-Iy s ) 225 North 24,5 t., Philadelphia. Pa.
BIB64 •' HIL4DELPIIIA PA-
Pr t HANGINGS.—HOWELL &
0 U RK E,
WALL PAPErS a Ya II IVINDOW CURTAIN
CCir. Fourth and Market Sts.. Phil derphidi
N. B. A "due stock of LINEN SHADES constant
ly on hand. r . • fc_l7-3m: •
PARENTS OF SOLDIERS.ipihe ser
vice. min Hospitals, can furnish them with the
REPOSITORY three months fort cts.; six months
for 50 eta. of one year for. $1.40.•
etiii fratiWitjtepo - ftni, , ' ' iNitit', ti;- 1.K4.,
AGRICULTURAL I M ENTS
We are now prepared te'fill ordra for
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND T-
MACHFNER OF ALL L'llitTS.
as well as SMALL TOOLS for the Farm and Gar-
den, such as
Spades, Shovels: , •
Hoes, Forks, Rakes, etc.:
iicittLes, and Scythe-Stone,
and Agricultural Hardware
We offer, also, a large assortment of our own man
Coffee and Grain
Sugar Mills forfirocers' tine,
Store Trucks of Varioem patterns,
' Road Scrapers:,
of all kinds, sach as '
Coe's Superphosphate of lime,
'• Pure Ground Bone, •
Peruvian (piano and Poudrette
• IN OUR SEED DEP t ARTVENT 7
will 130 found a complete selection of the bestlinds
Of Vegetable, Flower i
and Gram Seeds,
and Seed Grain,
raised expressly for us by the most reliable
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN GROWERS.-
The unremitting personal _attention of tho best
See:buten is given to their quality; and our custom-
ers map rely on their freshness and purity in all rep
We sefl in small or large ona.ttities to snit purchn-
sers, and Semi in small lots by mail to all parts of
the United States
We will forward Price-Lista and Descriptive Circu-
lars to all desiring them
R. H. ALLEN Sc CO.,
159,191 and 193 Water Street; New York.,
CLIPPER MOWING MACHINE,
with Steel Folding Finger-Bar and two
s now reads for sale
In convenience and lightness of 4aft, this is sa-
perior even to the old Style of Allen Mower so long
and so deservedly popular.
It has literally no frame, and nearly all its parts,
with the exception of Drive-Whecls and Gears, arc
made of Steel or Wrought and Maleable Iron. It is
thus the strongest and lightest Machine in the
i _A L GRICULTURAL CHEINIiCAL CO'S
PA B U L,ET T B
This Fertilizer is coinnosed of night soil and the
fertilizing elements of urine, combined, chemically
and mechanically with other valuable lbrtilizing
agents and absorbents. -
It is reduced to a pulveruleut condition, ready fair
immediate use, and without loss of its highly nitro
genous fertilizing, properties. '
Its universal applicability to all crops and soils,
and its durability and: active qualities, are well
known to be all that amiculturtsts can desire.—
Price, $2 per Ton.
This Fertilizer islarthly composed of animal mat
ter, such as meat, Lme; tish, leather, hair and wool,
together with chemicals and inorganic fertilizers,
which decompose the mass, and retain thenitrogen
ous elements. It is thoroughly impregnatKi with
urine. and the thinner portions of night 8011,
It is a very valuable fertilizer for and
erally, and especially for potatoes, and garden pus
Its excellent qualities, strength and cheapness,
\have made if very popular with all Who have used
i_ Price. s2s per Ton.
TREE MID FRUIT FERTILIZER.
It . 5 a highly phosphatic fertilizer, and is particu
larlylimed for the cultivation of trees, fruits,
lans a d flowers. It will promote in very vigorous'
-and healzby growth of wood and fruit, and largoly
increaseth2 yivantity and perfect the maturity of
the fruit, l'or hot-house and household plaints and
flowers. it will\he found an indispensable article to
secure.their greatest perfection. It Will prevent and
cure diseased conditions of the peach and grape;
and is excellent fot.grass and lawns.
The formula or metbod of combining its constitu
ent fertilizing ingredients have received the highest
approval,ef eminent chemists and scientific agricul
turists.- Price. S5O pex Ten.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
The Agricultural Chemical Company manufacture
a Phosphate of Lime in accordance with a new and
valuable formula, by which a verb superior article
is produced, so as to be afforded at aless price than
other manufacturers charge. Practical testa have
proved - that its value, as a fertilizer, is equal to the
best Phosphate of Lime in the market. Price, $45
TERMS CASH.—Cartage and Freight to be paid
by the Purchaser.
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO'S WORKS.
AT CANAL WHARF, ON 'THE DELAWARE - .
Office, 413% Arch Street. Philadelphia, PR.
, R. B. FITTS, GenerallAgont.
The Company's Pamphlet Circular, embracing
NI directions for using the above Fertilizers, sent
Vs' mail free, when requested.
_1 [march 2-3m.}
p i ORGHO SYRUP FOR THE WES
:?..) TERN PART OF FRANKLIN COUNTY.—
Extensive preparations will be made'at the WEST
FRANKLIN NURSERIES, r.ear Loudon; for the
Manufacture of Syrups the coming season. As, in
all business operations, so in making SyrUp, we
have found observation and practical experience
our best instructor. Baring been engaged in this
business for several years, (the last to some extent)
we have learned many important things immedi
ately connected with t aer.-
rangement:4 absolutely neeess to produce Syrup
in quantity and of the best quality. To effect this
we shall employ' a strong motive power, and im
proved machinery ifor, crushing and, preparing the
Cane effectually.• A complete range of Juice, Tank
and Evaporators, for clarifying and boiling, all of
which we intend to place under roof, to enable us to
operate without hinderanee in all kinds of weather.
Liberal planting is 'expected in this community,
for which we will supply aced, gratuitously, expect
ing, in turn, the cane to manufacture.
tiamples of Syrup can be seen and obtained,' and
any other information, by calling at the Nursery of
N. B.—Apply for aced soon and plant early
mar23-3t. B. L. RYVER.
METZ'S . PLOW 'MANUFACTORY
CONNED OF WASHINGTON AND SECOND STREETS
Gilman's Improved• Premium Bioirs, and alt Other
Plows now in general use with POLISHED MOULD
BOARDS; both wrought Iron`Share and Self sharp
ening,. Harrows, Hoe Harrows,, Cultivators, Plow'
Castings, and Wagon Boxes constantly on hand, or
made at short notice.-
, Partners should bear in mind that Plows purchas
ed of me can be repaired at less trouble Or expense
than those that .ari3 made a great distance, from
home. Call, see and be convinced.
' He has also . purchased the- right to manufacture,
and sell 'Sletnmens' Patent Iron Double Shove
Plows," which ho keeps constantly on hand. --
Blacksmithing in all its various branches, also
carried on at the abovenamed:place., • •
feb 24-3 m • ABRAHAM METZ.
Vero, iitanto Anb-nuts.
L FOR THE - DECORA:-
- TION•• OF THE - PARLOR, .CONSERVA
TORY OR FLOWER BORDER, Embraeb3g over
500,000 plant's, including the rarest and freest varie
ties in cultivation of the following sorts:'
Artonbinum or Snap Dragon. striped and mottled
varieties, $1 per, dozen:.
Asters; finest double varieties, SI. per dozen.
Aerieula Sweet William, new. $2, ."
Calceolars, beautiful 'spotted varieties, -S1 to $5 per
Dahlias, large show varieties, 100 sorts, s2p,er doz,
boquet varieties, 32 sorts,.s3 Per dozen.
Delnhunim fermomm, hardy, blue herbaceous plant
WO nor dozen.,
Galilean Gpiendens;orang.e and crimson. $2 per doz.
Fuschsias. 50 yarieties, double and single,,Slso to
$3 per dozen.,
Geraniums, sudimer flowering, all; shades, $3 per
dozen. „ .
Pelargoniuni, 50. finest new sorts, $3 to $6 per4ozen.
Heliotrope, 12 serteties: $2 per dozen.
Hollyhocks.' 24 - finest sorts . . $4 50.1)43r dozen. '
Ffoneysneldes,fivarieties, $3 per dozen. •
Lantanas. 16 sorts,V per dozen - .
Lemon Verbena, 2.5' to each, $2 per dozen.
Pansies, 100 sorts, Si per dozen.
',pa n sies, finest English sorts, 25 rinieties. $3. Per doz.
Petunias. 25'varieties, double and single, $4 50 per
Petunias, 100 sorts, from seed, $l5O per doion,
Phlox, hardy,'so varieties,,s2 per dozen. -
Chrysanthetunins, 100 sorts, $2 per dozen,
Pinks; Florists, 24 sorts *2 per dozen.
Pinks, Monthly Carnations, 40 serts. $3 per ffozen. ,
Roses, 100 sorts, fine plants, from $3 to $9 per doz.
Sairias, blue and scarlet, *1.51) per doz.
Tropeeolumj 6 varieties, splended, $3 per dUzen.
Verbena, 50 finest sorts, named, $1 50 per dozen.
50 finest sorts, without names.sl po p; - doz.
” - .30 new sorts. $4 to $7 50 per doz. ,
All our plants are grown in extra small pots, for
the special Purpose ofdistant transportation. Hay- ,
ing in this manner grown our plants for nearly six
teen years. and have sent them to all parts of the
country with unvarying . satisfaction to our Custom
ers. Large experience In peeking has enabled us to
ensure the safe arrival of plants to any distance,
where the timedoes not exceed 10 days, in as gond
condition as if bought at horae.:Wis make ne charge
folcßaskets, Boxes or Packing,t on Bills of $5 anti
Orders from unknown correspondents must in-vari
hie be accompanied by a remittance or responsible
reference, else no attention can be paid to the or
der, Perhaps the mat satisfactory mode of Pay
ment to - strangers is is flaying the express agent on
receipt' of the goods. ;Dekerintive Catalogue on ap,
plication. PETER HENDERSON,
fob 24-3m' t Jersey CRY, N:
0 T -
NURSERY STOCK OF ;EVERY VARIETY:
SELLING OFF IT LESS TITAX COST.]
BAY WOOD - NURSERY and ROSE GARDEN,
EAST LIBERTY, ALLEGHENY CO:,' PA.
Over FIFTY ACRES under cultivatiep of the
choicest verietieS of qerything to be found in a
FIRST CLASS NURSER
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Shrubs and plants, all in fine condition and Carefully
labeled. The ROSE is the speciality in :the floral
department; many of rts rarest varieties - being im
ported direct from France.
Owing to Gen.'Negley's absence in army, we
arc selling , out the concern, and we . invite orders
large or small. as well from the trade as from private
custapers. We stillTe Min the formerforelnan, Mr.
Kenny. who has I , :en emplOyed in the establish
ment for the Isa.. en}ears, seas - to secure perfect ac
curacy, and careful package In filling orders:
• SEELY & MELLON,
march 2-3 m EaSt Liberty, Allegheny Co., Pa.
RY D E S FRANKLIN COUNTY
NUESERIES: 2 4RUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
GRAPE VMS," STRAWBERRY PLANTS, ,ETC. — The
largest stack to select from in the county. .Every
thing in the FRUIT TREE , and PLANT line that
is at all de - lirable„can be supplied from the corn
monest t•tiindarti Fruit Tree, to the rarest and most
choice native or foreign species or variety of Fruit
or Flower. OriiStandard Apple Trees are unusual•
ly fine, stout heavy trunks, furnished with fine
branching heads, from - three to five feetfrom the
ground, as.may be desired. Our aim is to' grow the
best of everything pruning, and cultivating upon
scientific prinelpyes, consequently, our productions
are not offered in competition with Trees grown
upon the old let-alone system. An invitation is ex
tended to all who are interested in fruirculture, to
come aad see for themselves.
A lifteistock of OreenhouSe-and Bedding Plants,
Roses, &e., in pots. will-be ready in ARriland May.
Enclose a three"cent stamp for descriptive Cata
logue of Fruit and Ornamental trees, te.
Address, B. L. RYDER
West Franklin Nurseries,
marlG-.f•, Near London. Franklin Co., Pa.
I _ E s
e Y r i 8 b
e T r ?s
lE epar N ea U t l o
: fu E rn i a . mos T t! e tiele s s u u b s - -
ually to he found in . Nurseries, of good quality and
tit reasonable rates. , .
The Stock embraces all the leading kinds of - '
.'CFRUIT - TREES,: -
.A.Ples, Cherries, Peaches,
, ! I Dwarf and Standard Pears, ~
Apricots. 1 Plums.
•,- : j - Grapes, 1 -
• ! Strawberries, 1
- 1 ;Goosebk , rries. Blackberries. ke. '
Also,lean be furnished la good assortment of
...: VVERGREEN TREES.
Evergreen,.and other Sh rabberY, Shade !Trees, Ste.
Great Facilities are posessed for shipping articles
to all ti a ft. s of the country: as the Nursery immedi
ately adihins the City of liarrisbum. ~
mar:l64f , XACOB lIISII,-ilarriSburg, Pa.
HE: OPORTO. GRAPE.—This Grape
is net - recommended pe.rtithilarly as a dessert
fruit, but makes an excellent. dark colored, rich,
well bodied Wine, so closely rammbliug genuine
old-timetITOBT WINE, that none but e. fenced
judges can' distinguish between the two. Al
it it manufactured extensively in Western Ne
York,the supply_ is unequal to the demand, at from
$1 50 to sit per gallon.
Vines for tale by the subseriberi who has been ap
pointed Ageen tier it at the 'following Prices
One ta, three years old. 25c to 50 ets each $2 50 to
$5 pctdozen, $l5 to $.30 per 1 . 00. JACOB
, Keystone Nursery, Harrisb'e, Pa.
PEAR TREES:—Standard add Dwarf
veir Trees of the leading awl, Most valuable
varieties. -Among them can -be furnished some
"EXTRA SELECTED'. Trees. the Divarf 'having
fruit buds and ready for immediate' beating.
Price for good trees, 50 -to 60 eta e a ch—Extra se
lected 75 cts to $l. each Rates lower by dozen.
• 1 J. AMISH; Keystone Nursery.
mar 14-tfl - Harrisburg. Pa. •
CHERRY- 'fREES.—A line assortment
of about Forty best varietiti. trees of largesize
and -iig-tirous. •
Priee;: 30, cts 50 ets.ls cis e f acli; $3, SS. $7 per de/..
$lB. f i gA . s3s
_per 100. •
mar 154.1, eyston Ilarrisb'g,
FUROPAN LINDEN-,--TheY4' dWig
eed 4 - ariety, not suliject to inju.w by the borer
-For sale at Keystone Nurser! , H...risburg;Pa.
Treealo to 12 feet high: 75 c;.its each : S 7 perr, dor,
.11X6 ELSIOR /1611, a handsome, orna:-
" nu i r arli Shad. Tree,'of sure and rapid growth.
Trees from 8 t' 12 feet high. 40g60 cents bash;
$3 50(6)6 per doz.: $20040 per 100. JACOB MIBH,
niar.23) • Keystone Nursery. Harrisburg.
-L:=L - - - - - rtom 433 Mitrket Street
totholarge IRON . BUILDING, 513 Market and
510 Commerce Streets, Philadelphia.
More goodo than nno House in the United States.
A. , H. FRANCISCUS;
513 XARKET AND:SIO COMMERCE STS..
keeps the Largest Stock in the United States of
Buckets. Brooms, Tubs Churns; •
Baskets, Brushes, Mats, Measures,
Cldeks, Looking-Glasses. Oil - Cloths and.
Carpets, Window Shades and Paper,
Bird:Cages, Japan - Waro and Whips.
Also—Cotton Batting Ropes'lVadding,•
Twines, Wicking, in Coils
•and -Dozens,: Cotton' Yarns.
, Cotton and Linen Carpet-Chain.
Oar ;prices will average Lower than any othei
'Housean the city. Call and see for yourselves.
For turther pattieulars apply to 5; S. SHRYOCIt,
Chrnhersburg. sep 23 63
1-1} M 0
' , (IIAMBE,RSBURCI PA,
' The' tudersinted. respectfully announces to the
citizens of Charcbersburg and surrounding country.
that they still ecntitiuo the inanufaeture of COF
FINS, and are p,repared to attend Funerals in Town
and Country. '
Coffins of Metluacttly.(2o6l, 'Trainta,'cheirv,
madet.o order at le shortest notice, and most reas- •
They are also ireparcd to furnish to, order. the
Thy will attend le• the laying ; nut of Coves.•
which-will ho dote in a satisfactory manner. Re
member Vittyl.•Floy's old stand. • -
ar 9-gmb FREY. St /KONG.
trees,. Manta anti
TRPs's TREES!! TREE'S!!!
, IMPORTAICT.TO FARMERS ANI)
It/UCHAIYCES AYD INEtrbtIiENTS OF.
100,000 Extra large Apple Trees, say 6 to 1
For sale on reasonable terrr.s; eensideril
quality of trees and• fruit, attired
As thec ustem of planting large . apple trees along
the fences ofi Pants is beginning to Attract the at=
tebtion it deserves, the Obve offers fair opßortnni,
ty for the purpose
Lartntrees ea,refall3; taken tp, planted carefully
and attended to fora few years until well established
will be found to give a more liberal return tfras
stated thaii the trees standing in crowded and ill at-
tended orchards. Thai set in the full sun and free
air, receiving the regular tillage and =muting of
the field, they will ho found to do well, and 'injure
the crop but iliOtly.'by exhaustion, while on the
other hand, they will cheek the free blait of winds
and in a measure fill the want of the forest en-
tirtly cleared away. Also, some
EXTRA LARGE EVERGREENS AND
for immediate effect. _ All inquiries regArding prices
prdmptly answered. • Address.
DAVID MILLER, Jr.,
mar 2-6 t) '
• r is much more 'easy and,suresful in the
COMMON DRY, SOIL OF PRIVATE GARDENS,
MARKET GARDENS. OR IN
tbanin the usual clumsy way in bags and Meadows.
The yield this season, in my method_
of cultare, was Over
FOUR HUNDRED BUSHELS PER ACRE.
Explicit directions - for cultivation, with price of
AND ALL OTHER. USEFUL AND OB.NAIrENTAL
TREES, PLANTS AND SHRUBS,
_will he said, by mail. I Plants prepaid by rail.
' .B. M. WATSON,
Old Colony Nurseries,
- Plymouth,; Mass.
OF ALL RINDS,
DICIDUOUS AND EVERGREEN,
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL,
in all sizes, allow rates. Parelausers should
send for Hatt
PRICE LIST FOR 1864,
,Eroin runciasmo EtsWEIERTS
Carriage paid to Boston,'Newport and New:York.
B. M. WATSON,
Old Colony NurAeries,
PLANTS IND SREDS
propai4 by mail.
IN gRE.A.V- V A-RIEil; Y.
PRICE 'Lid NOW READY.
T 9 G S : . ANp...R:FrA i;g118
TREES N D' .
Patitlomao for. , 1.564
IS SW READY.'
-Carriage oriaCicages Raid td • r
BOSTON, NEWPORTAND ,
8., M. WATSON-.
old Colon 4 Nurseries,
march 2-9 m - - .-Plymouth; Mass. -
11 RA N LI N • N . - I.lli S Y
Chambersburg Pa. -'I would offer to the public
a well selected assortment of Fruit Trees, Apple.
Peach. Pear" and Plum. of all leading varieties.—
Also, Ornamental Trees, such as .31aples, Linden,
Ash, .Horse Chestnut, Evergreens, Norway. Spruce,
American Salsain : Fin. Arbor VA= in vanety.—
Hardy . Shrubs, such as Spireas in 'large variety,
- Weigeliasund Deutzias, nianl' of thesearo well cal
culated for cemetery lots Honeysuckles. Foreythiss
Also, Grues. Catawba, Isabella, Concord: Diana,
'Delaware, Beheads, '&l3.
Currants, tho letulireg kinds ; Raspberries, Straw
Ylowers—Rotes. Verbenas, ReliotruPs. - Gerani-
urns. Fuchsias, Petunias. •
Ail of which will be sold at reasonable• trues for
cash. The usual Kitchen Garden Planta,- -by , the
dozen, bitndreds - or thousands.
Send for a circular, as all applicants are supplied
free. ' [feb 24.-trnj JACOB REYSER: Agent.
VORWAY • MAPLE TREES, from B.to
12 Feet high 'and A handsome Tree,
much resemblum - the ',Nagar Maple, but of more
certain and rapi}growth.
Price 40@60 cents each; $3 500 3 ;6,ner dozen. $2O
@4O per 100. JACOB MISIf,
mar2.3] • Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg. ' •
HORSE, CHESTNUT TREES:-.0111-
wiry size." for planting, 54 cents each.; Smiler
irize+ftorn 516 7 feet-25 cents each ; $250" per dog
$lB per 100,' ' ' JACOB M/- 1 4 ,
A) Eeystanc Nursery, Hayri.aurg.
I•gNsroN,' • BOUNTY' A,.N134 -
'CLAIM - AGENCY.—Penrions, procured , ',for
soldiers of the present war who are disabled by
reason:of wounds received' or 'disease' contracted.
while in the sery ,
ice of the United States: and Pea
sionst.sloo BonutY, and Arreart of 'Payobtaiited for
widows or heirs of thpse who. hsve , died or been
killed while in service. JOHN it. ORIt
mar 9-IYI ' Claim. Agent, Charaberelinrs, I;tt.
CONS T•I TUTI O'N LIFE SYRUP.
With the ConanotindConcentra..ed Fluid Extract of
- VALBABLE MEDICINAL ,
ROOTS AN,D HERB;S,. '
PREPARED BY WM. R. GREGG, M. D..
Graduate CollegO orPhysicians and Snrge,nits. 11.;
Y, formerly Asst, Physician Blackwell's Island
ktospitals. late Medical Inspeetor N. York
Stato Volunteer Depots. under Gover
nor Edwin D. Morgan.
CONSTITUTION LIFE` SYRUP
What may seem almost incredible is, that mil
diseases hitherto considered hopelessly ineurabl
are frequently cured in a few da,vs or weeks, and we
cheerfully invite the investigations of the liberal
minded - and scientific to cures which have no pant=
lei at - the present day. . .
Our medicine is peculiar, by it the seat of any dis
ease is directly reached, and the equilibrium res
tored. _ -
Those who have suffered long from painful and ob
Those, who havo vainly sought relief from adver
tised Medicines, 4 -
Those who cannot be cured by other I)ll)th:dans: - '
Are invited to ma Conetitution Life Sum,-
During the past five years we have contended with
obstacles and overcome npp •sition as heicalean
were ever encountered by any Reformers.
RAPIDITY OF CURE.
Some say "your cures aro too quick," while oth
ers doubt their performance, and think that dieetie
es can only lie cared by the' slow, recuperativepro
cess of Nature." This is onr reply:
In health, the body, like a well-balanced scale; is
in a state of equilibrium. But when from any cause
down gois one side of the scale. we have the effeote
of disease. What is required is, to restore the nor
mal balance of the scale.
CONSTITUTION LIFE, SYRUP,
A positive and specific remedy for all diseaiei ari
sing from an IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD,
and for all (hereditarv) DISEASES transmitted
from PARENT TO CHILD.
Hemiplegia. Paresis. Paraplegia: Paralysis Agitaits.
It is so universally admitted that ConstittitiOn
Life Sirup . is the only effective means of restoration
in the various forms of Paralysis,'-that we need not
reiterate that it is emphatically the Great Life-Giv
Indigestion. Liver Complaint. Want of Apli 01 4
Weight atStomach Biliousness. Constipation,. '
Flatulence. Bad Breath.
Strums. Glandular Swellings. Salt Rhdrim.
Sing'S Evil. Erysipelas. Ulceration.-
This taint, heriditary and acquired; filling life with
untold misery, is by all usual medical remedies in
Arthritis. Neuralgia. Tic Doloureanz.
Lumbago. Sciatica. Gout
If there is any disease in which the Cons'itutims
Life Syrup is a sovereign, it is in Rheumatism and
its kindred affections. The most intense pains 'Me
alrnost_instantly alleviated—enormous swellings are
reduced. Cases, chronic) or vicarious, of 25 ut 811
years' standing,•have been'cured by us. -
NERVOUSNESS. - -
Nervous Debility. Shattered Nerves. St.Vitus'D'nee
Loss of-Rower. Confusion of Thoughts. Epilepsy.
Thousands who have suffered for years will bless
the day on which they can read these lines. Pattie- '
ularly to weals, suffering woman will this mectipino
prove an inestimable blessing—directing their foot-'
steps to a hope which fulfils more than it prong/we:
Feeling of Weariness
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP purees th6sys
tem entirely from all the evil effects of MERCURY,
removing the Bad Breath, and curing the Weak
Joints and Rheumatic Pains which the use ofAlal
omel is sure to produce. It hardens Spongy Gams
and secures the Teeth as firmly as ever.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYR.U.r!
Eradicates. root and branch, all Eruptive Diseases
of the skin. like
ULCERS. PIMPLES,. BLOTCHES.
And' all other difficulties of this kind, which se
much distant° the outward appearance of - both
males and females, often making, them a disgusting
object to themselves and their friends. -
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYWiII.P
CURES ALL SWELLING OF THE GLANDS,
Either of the Face, Neck, or Female Breast; and
should be taken as soon as the swelling is deteeted,
thus preventing their breaking-and producingtrou
blesome Discharging. Sores, which. disfigure many
of the younger portion of the community, from six
to twenty veers of age. Young children are very
subject to Discharges from the Ears, which depends
linen a Scrofulous constitution. These cases soon,
recover by taking a few doses of the Life Syrup
All scrofulous persons su ff ering from GeneraiDe
bility„ Emaciation, ,Dyspepsia and Dropsy of the
Limbs, abdomes, and in the Female. Dr psy of the
ovaries and womb,' generally accompanied with in
flammation sod Ulceration of the Uterus, aro er
reanently cured by Constitution Life Syrun. The
disease known as Goitre or Swelled Neck, the Life
Syrup will remove entirely. The remedy should be
taken for some time, as the disease is exceedinglif
chronic and stubborn, and will not be removed with
out extra effort.' •
Tumors of the Ovaries. Tumors of the Breast and
swelling of other glands of the body will be com
pletely reduted without resorting - to the knife or •
operations of any kind.
.Epjjentie Fits, Sympathetic or Organic Diseases of
the Realt, as Palpitation. Diseases of the Valves.
producong a grating or Sling sound; Dropsy' of the
,Reartease, and all the affections of this important'
eirgai. (persons - safferingfrom any acute pain in the
region of the heart,) will„be : greatly relieved by
AND pude:ern coNsTYYLITIONs
/offering from , Indispesition to Exertion. Pain in r
the Back. Loss Of %Winery, Forebodings__ Horror of
Calamity Fear of -.Diseases Dimness of Vision, Dry.
Hot'Skin and Extremities. Want of Sleep. Restlees
'ness,_Pale...Unggard Uonntenapee, arid Lassitudeof
tholdusoular System, alt require the aid of ,Cenall
than Life Syrup. -
- - FOR ALL FORMS
E RAT E D "Da gt;kB 8 ,
either of the Nose. Throat. Tongue; - SPine; Fore
head or Scalp no remedy has terer.Prorodits equal.
MOTH PAtCHES upon the female- fact,Alepen
-dingwpon a :diseased action or the Lived .are very
Unpleasant to the young wife and mother, A few ,
.bottles of Constitution Life Eytup will correct the
secretion and tl=depont, wbich is directly:
tinder - the • - •V
- I.ln Diseases of the. Liver, -giving rise to Languor,
Diczirleta, Indigestion;Weall Stomach, or an ulcer
'sted or oanuerook , Oonclition of that organ, aceom. - .-i
panied with burning and otherunpleasant symp
toms; will' bo relievedby the- use ,of Constitution
AS A GENERAL 111000-PURIFYING AGENT
THE LIFE SYRUP STANDS - UNRIVALLED.
la' ANY PREPARATION in the WORLD. -
:Diseases of the Spine, as usually develop tied in the
young, Hip Disease, Neuralgia, and all Nervous
senses, and Ladies who are enffering from Diseasea
for,which they are at u loss to - know what to doh
we would advise the nse of Constitution Life Synan.l
- will restore o=ll'3n:dila countenance; strengtberf'
their weak back and side, Rivet them -luny: energy.
new life and happiness.
THE •RlOlis AND ;POOR • "
are liable to the same ,diseanee. Nature and Sci
ence have wade the Constitution Life Syrup for the
benefit of all. • ,
. PURE BLOOD
Producei-healthynen and vetaerl. MA if the Con.:
stitutiop is neglected is 19tith4 disease; and early
tnath is the result. Do not delay when the means
are 80 1 /4atr___#;baxld, and withiwthe reach of all.
MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES.
It is the infest and moat efficient medicine 6verdis
covered for purifying the system and relierine the
Suffering attendant neon childbirth. It strength
ens both the mother and thechild, prevents pain
and disease. and increases and.enriches ‘ the food.—
poselrho have used it think it indispensable. ft
is highly useful both before and- after copfitiernent,
as It prt3vMats disease attendant upon childbirth.
CONSTITUTION LIFE 'SYRUP '
MANS BLESSING. AiD TIM
IT IS UNIVERSAL IN IT& EFF'ECISI
WM. H, GREGG. AL D., •
- : ---- - Bab Proprietor; New -York
' - LABORATORY; 'BROOKLYN, Li L -
*TrE $.l. PER BOTTLE; 6 BOTTLES` )R
Sent by Expressto all parts of thgspintilt
MORGAN &ALLEN, iF'doti~ite Drat ,
, • 4£,Clift. trete, New York,
,Sold bi.Tohtioit,,jolloway, oWden,
phis, Pa., wo4Alkyroggirs. • •
For sale b7--„W - Cliambeiiburg.
A REVOLUTION IN MEDICINE!
Rotting of bones.
Aches in Bones.
Depression of Spirits
BUYIZ' TAKE IT, AND BE CURED